Trusted partners that we can highly recommend. Tell them Organic Bob sent you!

Light Dark Landscape

Comprehensive, custom landscape designs. We refer our customers to Light Dark Landscape when gardens are over 1,000 square feet. Recommended for custom garden designs.

Morning Dew Gardening – Tal Simchoni

Tal does sod, chelated iron applications, hardscapes (patio, stone steps, retaining walls) and fencing.

EcoFriendly lawn Care, Aaron Carlson

EcoFriendly Lawn Care – Aaron Carlson

Eco Friendly Lawn Care is a St. Paul-based lawn care company serving the Twin Cities metro area.  They use 100% battery power service equipment! Quiet service – no loud machinery means little sound, no exhaust, and no diesel fumes.

Treehugger Tree Care- Jason Pruett

Jason is an accomplished certified arborist who works on both residential and commercial projects. He does more than just tree removal, he understands tree/plant health and diseases. He does use chemicals, but tries to minimize their use.

Aqua City Irrigation & Lighting – Paul Vogelgesang

In ground irrigation systems give you the best lawn. Paul does irrigation systems and winter lighting.

Hyrdoseeding by Clever Name Contracting – Bruce Hjerpe

Hydroseeding is recommended when you are forced to seed bare soil and it’s not in the ideal seeding window (Aug 15 – Sept 15). It’s also good for sloped yards. The seed is mixed with paper pulp which protects from wash out, soil, and heat. Ask for Cutless II grass seed.

Mother Earth Gardens

A garden center that specializes in organic gardening, sustainably grown plants, and eco-friendly products. Two locations: Northeast and Longfellow neighborhoods in Minneapolis.

Metro Blooms

Metro Blooms mission is to promote and celebrate eco-friendly gardening throughout the Twin Cities, to beautify our communities and help heal and protect our environment. Schedule a design consultation, find resources for planting alternative gardens, and get involved in a neighborhood project in your area.

Blue Thumb – Planting for Clean Water

Blue Thumb is a public/private partnership that promotes ecologically functional landscapes – like native plants, rain gardens, and shoreline stabilization projects – to reduce runoff and improve water quality. Find info about getting started on planting for clean water. Some of their resources include plant selection ideas, landscape designer contacts and native plant nurseries.